Fed governor Roger Ferguson reappointed until 2014

Roger Ferguson, the Federal Reserve vice-chair whose future has been put on ice by Capitol Hill Republicans since 1999, received a major vote of confidence from the Bush administration on Mar 5, 2001.

The White House announced that President George W. Bush nominated Ferguson to fill out a term to 2014. He remains vice-chairman, No. 2 to Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan, under a nomination that was approved in 1999 and runs for four years until 2003.

The well-liked Ferguson, a Harvard-trained economist

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